Collaboration and Integration by nMYFuu3

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									                       Day 3 Session 7
                     Tying it all Together
                     Parking Lot Questions
   Will follow up district/ local/ workshops be offered by
   FLDOE ?
        Yes, regional follow-up trainings on implementation
        and integration of Common Core State Standards are
        being scheduled for fall 2012 and spring 2013.

                   Parking Lot Questions
   Where can we find resources for the CIS model and text
   coding?
      www.justreadflorida.org
      http://www.justreadflorida.com/LEaRN/

Just Read Florida! is pleased to present the Literacy Essentials
and Reading Network (LEaRN). LEaRN is a web-based video
resource created through a grant from Just Read, Florida! to
the North East Florida Educational Consortium (NEFEC). LEaRN
is a technology-based system of support for Florida teachers,
reading coaches and administrators as they implement best
practices in reading instruction.


                     Parking Lot Questions
Are the Common Core State Standards for Literacy and
Mathematics included in all course descriptions for social
studies and science courses? Yes.
Where can I access the Florida’s Learning Goals Repository?
http://learninggoals.nefec.org/learning-goals/

                    Parking Lot Questions
Tying it All Together
   How do all these presentations link together?
   How do we fit it all in?
Collaboration and Integration!

         Florida’s Integration Education Support Team

Florida’s Integration Education Support Team (FIEST) will
provide ongoing guidance and resources to produce a system in
which instruction and learning is based upon common
standards, sound research, collaboration, problem solving
driven by multiple sources of student data, and culminating in
increased student achievement. The Multi-tiered System of
Supports and the practice of providing high-quality instruction
and intervention matched to student needs using learning rate
over time and level of performance to make important
instructional decisions provides the platform for educators in
Florida to build a single system to have the greatest impact
student achievement. Standards-based Instruction aligned to
Florida’s Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (Common
Core) course descriptions includes: learning goals that define
what students should know and be able to do; engaging lessons
that include appropriate and meaningful activities, address
common misconceptions, and incorporate higher-order
thinking skills; and lastly, formative, interim, and summative
assessments that provide multiple sources of student data to
guide decision about adjusting instruction and/or providing
interventions. Lesson Studies (and other Collegial Learning
Team initiatives) provide teachers with an opportunity to
practice a form of long- term professional development in which
teams of teachers systematically and collaboratively conduct
research closely tied to lessons, and then use what they learn
about student thinking to become more effective instructors.
[Research for Better Schools (www.rbs.org)] Linda
Darling-Hammond (1997) said: “The standards come alive when
teachers study student work, collaborate with other teachers to
improve their understanding of subjects and students’ thinking,
and develop new approaches to teaching that are relevant and
useful for them and their students;” Florida’s model of
proficiency for educators addresses both the art and the science
of teaching; Instruction and Educational Leadership research
has begun to reveal practices and strategies that lead to
positive student learning – when done correctly and in
appropriate circumstances; Florida’s Teacher and School Leader
evaluation system redevelopment focuses evaluation on
proficiency in those research based strategies and practices.
Multi-Tiered System of Supports
  • Problem Solving and Response to Instruction/Intervention
  • Students with Disabilities as 21st Century Learners
  • Differentiated Instruction – FIN/FDLRS
  • Addressing the Needs of All Learners – Working w/ELLs
Standards-based Instruction
  • Course Descriptions w/CC Literacy Standards
  • Anchor Standards for Literacy
  • Comprehension Instructional Sequence
  • Text Complexity
Teacher/School Leader Proficiency Model
  • PARCC / FCAT 2.0 / EOCs
  • Progress Monitoring
  • State Evaluation System (Marzano and Danielson)
Florida’s Continuous Improvement Model (FCIM)
  • Establishing Learning Goals Aligned to Common Core
    Literacy Standards
  • Progression Scales
  • State Evaluation System – Marzano & Danielson
Collegial Learning/Lesson Study
  • Tying it All Together through collaboration and
    integration!

								
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